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............. 4................................... Warranty................ 3 3.................................................................... 7 Adjusting the seat cushion height ................. Adjusting the reclined position (AG I only............. 12 12 13 13 13 Steps to take after an accident.. 15-36kg)........ 5..3 6.........5 10........1 9................................................................. 6 Adjustments..................... Impact shield cover..............2 8.............................. 14 Cleaning plastic parts. General safety instructions...... Introduction......1 5..................................................... Suitability........................................... 14 7.......................................................4 8.......................................2 7..........3 8... Removing the shoulder rest covers........ 12 Removing the headrest and backrest cover.....1 7............ In-vehicle installation for Age Groups II & III (15-36kg)... 4 2........................... 5....... 7 7 8 In-vehicle installation for Age Group I (9-18kg)..2 5... Instructions for care............................................................................. 13 Cleaning the cover.................................... 11 Opening the diagonal belt guide.. 12 9........................................................... 9 7.......1 8....ENG Table of Contents 1........... Removing the seat cover.................. Removing and replacing the cover.3 8.......... 10 8....2 9........... Adjusting the head and shoulder rest........................................................................... Adjustment of leg extension (AG II-III......................... 14 11..................... 14 2 ......... 11 In-vehicle installation for Age Groups II & III (15-36kg)................................................................................................. 9-18kg).. 3 Seat selection and adjustment............................ Replacing the cover.....

The kiddy guardian pro child restraint system is suitable for weight classes I to III. The kiddy guardian pro parts are indicated by a letter in brackets in this user manual and are explained at the beginning under the point with the same descriptor. Our special energy-absorbent materials provide the greatest possible safety in the event of a lateral impact. for children weighing between 9 and 36kg (approximately 9 months to 12 years of age) or up to a height of 150cm. Your child safety car seat is also equipped with kiddy shock absorbers (F). To gain the most comprehensive protection for your child.e. This means that the kiddy guardian pro is suitable for use in all types of vehicles in any seat with a three-point restraint compliant with ECE 16 or comparable specifications. Age Groups (Weight Classes): 3 AG I: 9 kg – 18 kg AG II: 15 kg – 25 kg AG III: 22 kg – 36 kg . Introduction We’re happy that you have decided on the kiddy guardian pro as your choice for a child restraint system (A). The kiddy guardian pro is the latest innovative product in our Pro product line. the kiddy guardian pro must be used exactly as described in this manual. which provide extensive protection during frontal impact. 2. It received the design certification for the “universal” class of products. Suitability The kiddy guardian pro has been tested and licensed according to the latest version of the ECE-R44/04 licensing specifications. i.kiddy guardian pro – operating manual ENG 1.

Most injuries. For use in your vehicle. For children weighing 9-18kg. Improper installation can endanger the life of your child. Please observe the proper use of the seat cushion (K) (see Section 5. General safety instructions Please read the entire instruction manual thoroughly before installing the child restraint system for the first time. or contact your dealership. Make sure that all parts are properly locked in place. 4 . Check to make sure the child restraint system (A) is properly adjusted to the size of your child prior to the trip. Always secure the child restraint system (A) with your vehicle’s own three-point restraint system. caused by mere thoughtlessness. the child restraint system must always be used with the appropriate impact shield (M) and seat cushion (K).1). are easily avoided. 3. the appropriate impact shield (M) must be used. Use the child restraint system only for weight classes I to III (from 9kg up to 36kg maximum). Do not attempt to make adjustments during travel. please follow the manufacturer’s recommendations in your owner’s manual.ENG For children weighing 9-18kg (corresponding to ages of approximately 9 months to 4 years).

The seatbelt should never be loose. these can become dangerous projectiles in an accident. Doing so nullifies or impairs its effectiveness in protection. The child restraint system (A) may be used only in seats with threepoint restraints compliant with ECE 16 or comparable specifications. Ensure that the child restraint system (A) was installed in the vehicle in accordance with this manual. always secure it in the prescribed fashion with your vehicle’s three-point restraint. please consult your dealer or the manufacturer. If difficulties arise. Never leave your child unattended in the child restraint system (A). Making any modifications to the child restraint system (A) is not permitted. Even when transporting the child restraint system (A) in your car unoccupied. 5 . Do not place any heavy items on the rear window shelf. In vans and minivans it is particularly important to ensure that the child restraint system (A) is installed in an easily accessible seat in the event that third-party rescue is required.ENG Make sure that none of the child restraint system’s (A) parts are caught in doors or reclining seats. Make sure the seat belt buckle is properly fastened. During an accident strain on the body from a loose seatbelt is significantly higher than from a tight seatbelt. Keep the child restraint system (A) out of direct sunlight to prevent uncomfortable heating of the surface.

ENG Permit your child to take breaks during longer trips. Position the vehicle’s reclining backrests accordingly. Always use the child safety locks in your vehicle’s passenger doors. The kiddy guardian pro’s adjustable backrest (C) ensures that it can rest securely against the backrest of the car seat. The child restraint system (A) kiddy guardian pro can be installed in vehicles on any seat with a three-point restraint system (Fig. 4. Use only the seatbelt configuration prescribed by the manufacturer. 1). Do not use the child restraint system (A) any further if parts have been damaged or loosened after an accident (with an impact speed greater than 10 km/h) or through other causes (See Section 10). The kiddy guardian pro can also be used in rear-facing car seats that are equipped with a three-point restraint system (Fig. 1). the seat should be moved to the position furthest back. if available. 2). it must be set at the highest position or removed (Fig. If installation is prevented by a headrest. Seat selection and adjustment Please familiarise yourself thoroughly with the use of child restraint systems (A) as described in your vehicle’s owner’s manual. * If the motor manufacturer allows child restraint systems on the passenger seat. and be sure that she does not step out of the vehicle into traffic unattended. 6 .

9-18 months). 6+7) The seat cushion (K) should always be fastened to the seat. 8). 4+5) Level B: 13-18kg (approx. Use the seat cushion (K) only in combination with the impact shield. 18 months – 4 years). seat cushion unfolded (Fig.2 Adjusting the head and shoulder rest The innovative adjustment system of the kiddy guardian pro provides the optimal adjustment to the size of your child by adjusting the headrests (G) and shoulder rests (H) in one movement. Adjust the seat cushion for your child as follows: Level A: 9-13kg (approx. The seat cushion’s (K) two-way adjustment to the size of your child offers considerably improved seating comfort for smaller children.ENG 5. 3). The kiddy guardian pro is fitted with a seat cushion (K) that ensures the size adjustment between the approximately 9-month-old child and the approximately 4-year-old (9-18kg) by changing the seat height. and fasten the buttons on the outside of the seat cover (Fig. seat cushion folded (Fig. 5. Adjustments 5. feed the straps under the seat’s armrests (D). 7 .1 Adjusting the seat cushion height The kiddy guardian pro must be used for children from 9 to 18kg with the impact shield (M) and the correctly adjusted seat cushion (K) (Fig. You must always correctly position the adjustable headrest (G) in order to achieve the proper seating with the seat cushion (K).

ENG The correct headrest setting is achieved when the head of your child lies in the narrowest position of the headrest (G) (Fig. 10). The sleeping clamp (E) must rest against the backrest of the vehicle’s seat in its unfolded position. Pull the kiddy guardian pro forward far enough so that the sleeping clamp (E) found on the back of the child seat can be unfolded (Fig. Check to see that the headrest (G) is firmly locked in place by gently pressing down on it. grasp the height adjustment handle (Q) on the back of the headrest (G) and pull it out gently. only) The kiddy guardian pro is equipped with a reclined position that ensures comfortable and safe seating particularly on longer trips. 13). 5.3 Adjusting the reclined position (AG I. 8 . To set the reclined position. 12). while simultaneously raising or lowering the headrest (G) to the desired height (Fig. Then slide your kiddy back against your vehicle’s backrest. To adjust the head (G) and shoulder rests (H). The reclined position is reached when the headrest (G) of the child seat rests against the backrest of the vehicle (Fig. 9-18kg. first unfasten your vehicle’s own restraint system if necessary. The kiddy guardian pro’s backrest (C) can then be lowered to the reclined position. The reclined position may be used only for children in Age Group I (9-18kg) in conjunction with the impact shield. 11). This prevents the seat from sliding backwards (Fig. 13).

Make sure that the seatbelt tongue locks securely in place with a noticeable “click. 14). 15).” 9 . Then pull your vehicle’s three-point restraint out far enough so that it goes around your kiddy and can be directly fastened in your vehicle's own seatbelt lock (Fig. The kiddy guardian pro is secured with the three-point vehicle restraint using the belt guide on the impact shield (N) (Fig. Your kiddy guardian pro may only be used for Age Group I with the impact shield (M) and seat cushion (K) belonging to it. To secure your child in the reclined position. Check to see whether your kiddy is adjusted to the size or body weight of your child (Section 5). and then secure your child (the child restraint system) again. Place your child in the seat and ensure that the child’s buttocks press against the backrest (C). Push the impact shield (N) into the guide slots on the seat section (Fig.ENG Do not attempt to adjust the reclined position during travel. 16). 6. change the position of the sleeping clamp (E) and the backrest (C). Always bring your vehicle to a complete stop to do this. Slide the impact shield back so that it rests right on your child's tummy. Unfasten the vehicle restraint. proceed as described in Section 6. In-vehicle installation for Age Group I (9-18kg) Position your kiddy on the vehicle seat as described in Section 4.

Prior to the trip. these should be placed over the impact shield for easier belt fastening (Fig. and then tighten the belt (Fig. 18). In-vehicle installation for Age Groups II & III (15-36kg) Use without an impact shield (M) is only allowed for children with a body weight of at least 15kg (or from approx 4 years of age). Next. we recommend using the impact shield (M) until your child weighs 18kg. 7.ENG If your Original kiddy impact shield (M) comes with toy figures. Examine the belts periodically. 10 . 17). 15). Make sure that all belts lie flat and are not twisted over each other. 19). 19+20). The impact shield must rest firmly on your child’s tummy. feed the shoulder belt through the impact shield belt guides (Fig. snug and not twisted. Always remove the seat cushion (K) for use without the impact shield (M). Then pull the lap belt tight (Fig. feed the lap belt through the red belt guides (N) on the impact shield. Then tighten the shoulder belt (Fig. The belts must lie flat over the belt guide area of the impact shield (Fig. Next. However. check to see that lap and shoulder belts are correctly positioned on the impact shield (M). 19).

Make sure that the diagonal belt lies in the belt guide and is not jammed at the front of the hook (Fig. Place the child in the seat and satisfy yourself that your kiddy has been adjusted according to the child's body size (Section 5). 15-36kg) Position your kiddy on the vehicle seat as described in Section 4. Please ensure that the belt guide opposite the belt buckle is used (Fig. 7. 27). You can also open the hooks by hand by pressing downwards (Fig. 25). 24). Take the following steps to secure your child with the vehicle’s own 3-point belt: Pull out the vehicle restraint and place the lap belt under both armrests (D) of the seat. 15-36kg) ENG Your child can enjoy substantially better seating comfort by adjusting the leg extension (L). 22). Tighten the lap belt and place the diagonal belt on the side of the belt buckle under the armrests (D) (Fig. 24). Pull or push the leg extension (L) into the required position (Fig. Check to see whether the belt buckle is properly locked in place (Fig.1 Adjustment of leg extension (AG II-III. Now close the belt buckle.7. 23). 21). 11 . The leg extension (L) can be adjusted to 4 positions. Take the diagonal belt and feed it in from the front over the hooks of the red diagonal belt guide (B) on the headrest (Fig.2 In-vehicle installation (AG II-III.

Removing and replacing the cover Never use your kiddy without its original cover. Slide the adjustable headrest (G) up to the highest position. Pull the cover off the headrest (G) from the back toward the front. 8.ENG Make sure that the belts are not twisted and do not run too close to the child’s body. Free the cover around the height adjustment handle (Q) at the back of the headrest (G) and below both diagonal belt guides (B). Now pull the belt system tight (Fig. Examine the belt distribution regularly during longer trips. Now you can pull the covers off the shoulder rests (H) from the bottom to the top. 26). Also check that the belt buckle is correctly positioned.1 Removing the headrest and backrest cover The headrest and backrest cover are sewn together as a single unit. push the hook downwards (Fig. 7. The cover forms part of the safety concept. 8.3 Opening the diagonal belt guide To open the diagonal belt guide (B). 12 . Unsnap the buttons on the rears of the shoulder rests.2 Removing the shoulder rest covers Slide the adjustable headrest (G) down to the lowest position. 27) and then remove the belt to the front. 8.

9. 8. The cover and removable retainer strap for the toy figures are machine washable at 30ºC in the delicates cycle.4 Impact shield cover The impact shield cover may not be removed or washed. Do not spin or put into the dryer. 13 . you should use only original covers from the manufacturer.3). If you require replacement covers.1 Cleaning the cover The covers are an essential component of the safety concept. follow the steps for removing the cover in reverse order (see Sections 8.5 Replacing the cover To replace the cover. Then open the press studs or Velcro® fasteners underneath the leg extension (L) and at the bottom of the seat (I). 8. You can carefully pull off the cover upwards.3 Removing the seat cover ENG The leg support (L) cover is fastened with a rubber band. Therefore.8. Please consult your dealer or manufacturer if the impact shield or its cover is damaged.1 – 8. you can order them from the manufacturer. Now the seat cover can be removed. Instructions for care 9. open the fastener at the bottom of the seat (I). Remove the retaining belt from the backrest (C) and pull the cover forward from under the two lap belt guides (J). In order to take off the seat cover.

The warranty period begins on the date of purchase.Normal wear and tear and damage due to unreasonable use . 10. Nevertheless. to be checked for possible damages and replaced at no charge if deemed necessary. the child restraint system must be sent back to the manufacturer without fail.Damages due to improper or inordinate usage. The warranty does not cover: . Please contact your specialist dealer immediately in the event of warranty claim. Fabrics: All of our fabrics meet the highest standards regarding colourfastness against UV radiation. 11. solvents). all fabrics fade when exposed to UV radiation. 14 .ENG 9. Steps to take after an accident After an accident with an impact speed greater than 10 km/h. Warranty For the kiddy guardian pro we extend a warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for up to two years. The kiddy team wish you and your child a good and safe trip at all times. The warranty covers child restraint systems that have been handled properly and are returned in a clean and orderly condition. A receipt is required for all claims.g. which is not covered by the warranty. Never use aggressive cleansing agents (e.2 Cleaning plastic parts The plastic parts can be cleaned with a mild cleanser or with a damp cloth. This is not due to defective material but to normal wear and tear.